Salmon Brook Historical Society upcoming events

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Several exhibitors will show off their antique tractors at the SBHS fall flea market.

Do you have an interest in Antique Engines and tractors? You’ll be in for a treat when you visit the Salmon Brook Historical Society on Saturday, Sept. 22, between 9 and 2 p.m. (weather permitting). Come take in the sights and sounds of Granby’s farming history and other unique pieces of equipment. Over 20 exhibitors show off their tractors and hit-or-miss engines. Contact Don Rethke at 860-549-6687 or if you have an engine or tractor to exhibit. There will also be a food booth selling Mrs. Murphy’s donuts, hot dogs, coffee and water. 

The Salmon Brook Historical Society is gearing up for its annual Fall Flea Market on Saturday, October 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. visit the many vendors selling food items, antiques, crafts and many more treasures. In September, the Society will be accepting donated items for its tent. This is a great time to clean out your attic, basement or garage. All items can be dropped off at the Society on Tuesdays or Thursdays, from 9 a.m. to noon (no clothing please). Remember, items will not be accepted until September.  There will also be a food booth selling Mrs. Murphy’s donuts, hot dogs, chips, coffee and water. 

Vendor spaces are available at a cost of $30 per 20×20 ft. space if reserved by Oct. 6, $40 if received after Oct. 6. Make checks payable to Salmon Brook Historical Society (include name, phone, and return address) and mail to David Laun at 16 Hummingbird Lane, Granby, CT. Questions can be directed to Dave @ 860-653-3965 or Todd @ 860-653-9506

The Salmon Brook Historical Society is a nonprofit organization staffed solely by volunteers. Your support helps the Society maintain, preserve and share with you Granby’s history. Our Flea Market is one of our important fundraising events and we hope you will help us make it a huge success.  Consider becoming a member of this wonderful organization. The dues are small and the benefits are huge. Contact Carol at 860-653-3965.

The Salmon Brook Historical Society is located at 208 Salmon Brook Street in Granby. There is FREE admission and parking for both events.